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How and Why ADHD May Change Over Time

As children age into adults, so do their ADHD symptoms. The symptoms don’t go away exactly. They just change — in how they show themselves to the world — as the child becomes an adolescent and then an adult. We take a look at those changes, and help people with ADHD understand what they mean.

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How the Word ‘Lazy’ Is Hurting Us More Than We Realize

An ADHD coach writes about the misperception that people with ADHD are “lazy.” She writes that hurts the confidence of people with ADHD, but writes that people can combat that by using tools and building routines for success.

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The Science of ADHD: The Evolution of ADHD As a Psychological Disorder

How scientific and medical understanding of ADHD has evolved in the 121 years since a British pediatrician described something like ADHD.

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Seven Tips For Men Dealing With ADHD In Retirement

How symptoms of ADHD can be different in older men. And tips on how older men can manage their ADHD.

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How ADHD affects older women differently

Many older women with ADHD are diagnosed late in life, or not diagnosed at all. That means they struggle with their symptoms, often not understanding what they mean or why they are happening.

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Podcasts

Episode 71. Oxygen Masks and Executive Function

Today we are re-airing our January 30th episode, Episode 64: ADHD and Finding Organizational Peace of Mind in 2023. Lisa …

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What I Wish You Knew: Teens and Young Adults Talk Back About ADHD

Five teens describe how they felt after their ADHD diagnosis and how ADHD affects their lives.

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Trauma and ADHD: A Complicated Connection

Experts talk about the experiencing trauma and ADHD – including how they can be associated with each other. They also offer tips in dealing with trauma.

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Podcasts

Episode 59. Emily Howarth and Loving Her Pinball Machine Brain

Emily Howarth’s later-in-life ADHD diagnosis came with a lot to unpack and in today’s episode, she bravely walks us through …

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